Portrait: Bernhard Lang

Bernhard Lang is an Austrian composer in the experimental scene, writing scores and working with electronics to create a myriad of innovative performances.   He has maintained a steady output of performances and premieres with an eclectic variety of influences and is seen … read more »

Tanz Baby!

Tanz Baby! are David & Mu, the “Great Pretenders” of Vienna’s music scene. With “Liebe” (“Love”) they present their premier album.Using instruments such as a 1970s electronic organ, with its typical groove patterns, and a 1980s vintage drum, Tanz Baby! create a … read more »

M 185

M 185 is guitar music between acoustic feedback and repetition,  simple beauty, and sometimes charmingly circumstantial complexity whic meets great storytelling of  wonderfully detached stories. M185 Attics (Radio Edit) http://www.m185.org

Francis International Airport

“And the worst is over” the choir is chanting in the second singleAmnesiacstaken from the forthcoming album In The Woods. And admittedly, one could see and feel the band’s relief after they had completed their latest piece of work. Recording the new … read more »

Trouble Over Tokyo

The British-born Christopher Taylor, a.k.a. Trouble Over Tokyo, brought attention to himself in spring 2007, as a support artist for the local indie-pop band Garish. The question is, why would he choose the Alpine republic as a playground for his indie-soul-electro-pop music? … read more »

Ogris Debris

Ogris Debris, the Viennese electronic duo, is conquering the dance floors of international clubs with their somewhat unconventional, but very distinctive and fresh mix of techno and house music. Even though they have not produced an album yet, the two have already … read more »

Fatima Spar and The Freedom Fries

Fatima Spar’s roots lie in Turkey, but she was born in Hohenems, Vorarlberg, as Nihal Sentürk. Meanwhile, the jazz musician lives in Vienna and has made a name for herself with her band The Freedom Fries. Originally, Fatima Spar and The Freedom … read more »

Einklang Records

39 CDs in eleven years is a lot for a record label that has devoted itself to experimental sound art. Reason enough to get to the bottom of this artistic success story.The Mittersill Composers’ Forum as an organization (or rather: facilitator) and … read more »